Saint Louis Zoo
177 locals recommend ·
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Lions, Tigers & Bears! Oh My! and of course Penguins too. Plus the Zoo is free to enter! Great way to stretch the legs.
The zoo is located in Forest Park. Admission is free, but advanced tickets are required to enter. Reserve your free tickets online.
90-acre zoo featuring animals such as penguins, bears & elephants, plus a train ride (fee).
St. Louis Zoo is nationally recognized as a top 3 zoo in the country and is free to enter. Located in Forest Park, which is the 2nd largest city park in the country, it is surrounded by art and history museums amongst many other attractions.
St Louis Zoo One of the best in the country. Free Admission. Free Street Parking in Forest Park
Saint Louis has one of the nation's best free zoos. Parking gets a bit crowded once a day gets busy, so be ready to either pay for parking or walk a bit. You can see large African cats, hippos, penguins, otters, and so much more.
in Forest Park and so fun to walk around, make sure you visit the Penguin exhibit and bring a jacket!
FREE! One of the premier zoos in the world is just a couple of miles away and did we mention its free? Make sure you try out the Railroad, kids love it.
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